CSWEP Paper Sessions for ASSA Annual Meeting

Sessions at 2023 Meeting: January 6-8, 2023

New Orleans, LA – Hilton Riverside New Orleans

The Economic Impact of Access to Reproductive Health Services
Co-sponsored by AEA/CSWEP
Saturday, January 7, 2023, 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM (CST)
Hilton Riverside | This session will be streamed live

Organizer: Susan Athey, Stanford University
Chair: Martha Bailey, University of California-Los Angeles

"Effects of Restrictive Abortion Legislation on Cohort Mortality: Evidence from 19th Century Law Variation,"
Lahey, Joanna Lahey, Texas A&M University
Marianne Wanamaker, University of Tennessee

“Trap'd Teens: Impacts of Abortion Provider Regulations on Fertility & Education”
Kelly Jones, American University
Mayra Pineda-Torres, Georgia Institute of Technology

"The Economic Consequences of Being Denied an Abortion"
Sarah Miller, University of Michigan
Laura Wherry, New York University
Diana Greene Foster, University of California-San Francisco

Access and Use of Contraception and Its Effects on Women’s Outcomes in the U.S.
Martha Bailey, University of California-Los Angeles
Jason Lindo, Texas A&M University

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Economic Uses and Applications of Big Data (2)

Economic Uses and Applications of AI and Big Data
Saturday, January 7, 2023, 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM (CST)
Hilton Riverside | This session will be streamed live

CHAIR: Laura Veldkamp, Columbia University

“Consumer Privacy and the Value of Consumer Data”
Mehmet Canayaz, Pennsylvania State University
Ilja Kantorovitch, Pompeu Fabra University
Roxana Mihet, Swiss Finance Institute & HEC Lausanne
Discussant: Daniel Rock, University of Pennsylvania

“Venture Capital (Mis)Allocation in the Age of AI”
Lea Stern, University of Washington
Victor Lyonnet, Ohio State University
Discussant: Romana Nanda, Imperial College London

“AI-augmented Culture and Leadership”
Jillian Grennan, University of California-Berkeley
Christos Makridis, Arizona State University
Michal Zator, University of Notre Dame
Discussant: Jason Sandvik, Tulane University

“Measuring the Velocity of Money”
Allison Luedtke, St. Olaf College
Crolina Mattsson, Leiden Institute for Advanced Computer Science
Frank Takes, Leiden Institute for Advanced Computer Science
Discussant: Wenhao Li, University of Southern California

Big Data to Infer Beliefs, Information and Unobserved Costs
Friday, January 6, 2023, 10:15 AM – 12:15 PM (CST)
Hilton Riverside | This session will be streamed live

CHAIR: Laura Veldkamp, Columbia University

“Economic Narratives and Consumer Sentiment: Evidence from Twitter”
Wenting Song, Bank of Canada
Discussant: Kristoffer P. Nimark, Cornell University

“Air Quality, Avoidance Behavior and Welfare”
Nana Addai, University of North Carolina-Greensboro
Discussant: Galina Hale, University of California-Santa Cruz

“Bank Monitoring in Construction Lending”
Amanda Rae Heitz, FDIC and Tulane University
Chris Martin, FDIC
Alexander Brenden Ufier, FDIC
Discussant: Yiming Ma, Columbia University

Education (2)

Impacts of Curriculum, College, and Vocational Training on Educational Outcomes
Sunday, January 8, 2023, 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM (CST)
Hilton Riverside | This session will be streamed live

CHAIR: Francisca Antman, University of Colorado Boulder

“I Have Grown Confidence in Me”: Shifting Adolescent Mindsets on Schooling”
Jennifer Seager, George Washington University
Sarah Baird, George Washington University
T.M. Asaduzzaman, World Bank
Shwetlena Sabarwal, World Bank
Amita Vyas, George Washington University
Discussant: Bryce Millet Steinberg, Brown University

“Major Complexity Index and College Skill Production”
Xiaoxiao Li, Villanova University
Sebastian Linde, Medical College of Wisconsin
Hajime Shimao, McGill University
Discussant: Carmen Astorne, University of Memphis

“Vocational Education Training and Entrepreneurship”
Alina Malkova, Florida Institute of Technology
Discussant: Celeste K. Carruthers, University of Tennessee

“Effects of Group Work on Attitudes, Trust, and Performance”
Fulya Ersoy, Loyola Marymount University
Graham Beattie, Loyola Marymount University
Discussant: Tisha Emerson, Baylor University

Race and Family Background as Determinants of Educational Outcomes
Saturday, January 7, 2023, 10:15 AM – 12:15 PM (CST)
Hilton Riverside | This session will be streamed live

CHAIR: Francisca Antman, University of Colorado Boulder

“Ending Exclusionary Discipline in the Early Grades: Effects and Implications”
Sarah Komisarow, Duke University
Ezra Karger, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Discussant: Briana Ballis, University of California-Merced

“Mitigating Racial Bias in Teachers' Assessments of Students”
Maria Zhu, Syracuse University
Discussant: Carycruz Bueno, Wesleyan University

“The Relationship Between Parental Disability and Child Outcomes: Evidence from Veteran Families”
Leah Lakdawala, Wake Forest University
Prashant Bharadwaj, University of California-San Diego
Discussant: Chloe East, University of Colorado Denver

“Family Background, Educational Attainment and Earnings: The Limited Value of “Test-Score Transmission”
Naomi Friedman-Sokuler, Bar Ilan University
Moshe Justman, Ben Gurion University
Discussant: Rebecca Dizon-Ross, University of Chicago


Gender (3)

Interventions to Close Gender Gaps: What Works and What Can Backfire
Friday, January 6, 2023, 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM (CST)
Hilton Riverside | This session will be streamed live

CHAIR: Olga Shurchkov, Wellesley College

“Firm Culture: The Effects of Information Interventions on Gender Gaps in Online Labor Markets”
Belinda Archibong, Columbia University
Francis Annan, George State University
Oyebola Okunogbe, World Bank
Ifeatu Oliobi, Columbia University
Discussant: Julia Seither, University of Rosario

“College Field Specialization and Beliefs about Relative Performance: An Experimental Intervention to Understand Gender Gaps in STEM”
Stephanie Owen, Colby College
Discussant: Mary Kaltenberg, Pace University

“Quota vs Quality? Long-Term Gains from an Unusual Gender Quota”
Ursina Schaede, University of Zurich
Ville Mankki, University of Turku
Discussant: Tatiana Mocanu, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign

“A Hidden Cost of Affirmative Action: Muddying Signals about Women's Ability”
Mallory Avery, Monash University
Discussant: Michaela Pagel, Columbia University

Gender Inequality and Schools
Friday, January 6, 2023, 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM (CST)
Hilton Riverside | This session will be streamed live

CHAIR: Justin Wolfers, University of Michigan

“Persistent Effects of Temporary Policies: Evidence from COVID-19 Child Care Center Closures”
Lauren Russell, University of Pennsylvania
Chuxuan Sun, University of Pennsylvania
Discussant: Gizem Kosar, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

“Who Ya Gonna Call: Gender Inequality in Demand for Parental Involvement”
Olga Stoddard, Brigham Young University
Kristy Buzart, Syracuse University
Laura Katherine Gee, Tufts University
Discussant: Marianne Bertrand, University of Chicago

“Workplace Automation and the Gender Gap in College Enrollment”
Amanda Chuan, Michigan State University
Discussant: Ina Ganguli, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

“Cassats in the Attic”
Marlène Koffi, University of Toronto
Discussant: Clementine Effenterre, University of Toronto

Gender in the Economics Profession
Saturday, January 7, 2023, 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM (CST)
Hilton Riverside | This session will be streamed live

CHAIR: Kasey Buckles, University of Notre Dame

“Recruiting Economics Majors: The Impact of an Information Campaign Targeted at High School Counselors”
Danila Serra, Texas A&M University
Melissa Gentry, Texas A&M University
Jonathan Meer, Texas A&M University
Discussant: Serena Canaan Canaan, Simon Fraser University

“Remote Talks: Changes to Economics Seminars During COVID-19”
Marcus Biermann, Catholic University-Louvain
Discussant: Alicia Modestino, Northeastern University

“Gender and Tone in Recorded Virtual Economics Presentations: Audio Analysis with Machine Learning”
Haoyu Sheng, Brown University
Amy Handlan, Brown University
Discussant: Joanna Lahey, Texas A&M University

“Fully Promoted: The Determinants and Distribution of Full Professorship in the Economics Profession”
Marieke Kleemans, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign
Rebecca Thornton, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign
Discussant: Amanda Bayer, Swarthmore College

 

Questions can be addressed to Rebekah Loftis, Committee Coordinator, info@cswep.org.